This Ruger® SR1911 has grips that are painted with an Old Glory color scheme.
Trumbull, CT - On April 12, during the recent NRA Annual Meetings, The 2012 National NRA Foundation held a banquet and live auction at the St. Louis Rams' Edward Jones Dome stadium to benefit the programs for the Friends of the NRA. Baron Technology, Inc. (BTI) was proud to have worked on and either donate or provide its services to seven of many auctioned items. The seven items included a Colt 1911 "Black Army" Custom Pistol, 1 of 1 (.45ACP); a Browning Gran Citori Lightning (12GA), 1 of 1; a Ruger SR1911 with Old Glory Ivory Grips (.45ACP); a Winchester Commemorative Model 70, 1 of 1 (.270Win); a Canal Street Cutlery Special Edition Catskill Drop Point Hunter on Special St. Louis Arch Stand, 1 of 1; a Henry Golden Boy Rifle, Special 20 Year "Don't Tread on Me" Edition #0001 (.22LR) and a Friends of NRA 20th Anniversary Edition Custom Weatherby with Leupold Scope (.300Wby), 1 of 1. When the final auction results were tallied, the listed guns and knife garnered a total of $24,400, for the Friends of the NRA.
"Baron Technology is very proud to lend its work and specialized engraving techniques to this year's 2012 National NRA Foundation auction." said David Baron, president of BTI.
About Baron Technology, Inc.
For 30 years, BTI has worked with shooting associations, conservation groups, and manufactures to embellish firearms, cutlery and other products that become heirlooms and collectibles. Merging hand engraving techniques used for centuries with today's latest technology, Baron creates unique hand-engraved, sculpted-roll engraved, etched and multi-laser engraving processes to embellish all types of metal, synthetic and wood products. Baron services include a creative art department whose extraordinary custom designs are used by many industries and organizations around the world.